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  • Monthly Archives May 2007

    Matt Kloskowski has released a totally kick-butt book on photo retouching and photo restoration for Photoshop Elements users (it's called, surprisingly enough; "The Photoshop Elements 5 Restoration and Retouching Book," but even if you're using the full blown "mac daddy" version of Photoshop (CS2 or CS3), this book is still invaluable as his retouching and restoration techniques work in Photoshop CS2 or CS3 as well. The whole book is step-by-step, and he shows the entire process from beginning to end. You can check it out right here. Kudos to Matt on this landmark book for Elements (and Photoshop) users.

    Happy Wednesday everybody. Here's the latest: The latest installment of photographer/author Derrick Story's "Digital Photography Podcast" features his look at the new features for digital photographers in Photoshop CS3. Check it out right here. Not sure if you noticed, but in Photoshop CS3 Adobe has officially changed the name of "Palettes" to "Panels." So now, it's the Layers panel, and the Brushes panel, the Action panel, etc. Now, it will probably take me about 11 months to actually stop calling them palettes in my live sessions and video training, but at least you know; I'm working on it. :) Do digital cameras make better photographers? It's an interesting article posted over at the Photographer's Journey Blog, and the discussion was sparked by a new print ad from Nikon. Definitely worth a read. Our main man Matt Kloskowski has posted a great episode of his…

    Here's a couple of quickies: If you want to learn more about Photoshop CS3, straight from the horse's mouth (so to speak), then check out this video interview (from the Scobleizer blog) with Photoshop product manager John Nack. Besides just seeing features, John shares some great insights, and it's definitely worth seeing (it's 53 minutes in length, but moves along very quickly). You'll find it right here. If you're tired of trying to fix the white balance in your photos, check out Shutterbug's in-depth review on the Expo Disc. Just in case you didn't see this yesterday; Amazon.com bought the leading Digital Photography reviews site: DPReview.com. Kudos to site founder Phil Askey for all the work he's done, and continues to do there. Our buddy (and official Adobe Lightroom evangelist) George Jardine has posted Episode #31 of his excellent Lightroom Podcast. This episode is…

    Before we kick into the news, I just wanted to take a moment to give my heartfelt thanks to everyone who posted such kind comments here on the blog, who emailed me, or called after the story ran last week in USA Today. I was sincerely touched by your words, and can't thank you enough for all the good wishes, support, and for giving me the opportunity to do something I truly love for a living. It really means a lot. Hope everybody had a great weekend. Here's the latest: Acclaimed artist and Photoshop Hall of Famer John Paul Caponigro has a really informative newsletter called "Insights" (I just got a copy this week in my inbox), and I went to his site and learned that you can sign up for it right there (it's free). Here's the link to sign up (highly recommended).…

    I did an interview this week on one of my all-time favorite Podcasts; it's called The Digital Photography Show, and in this week's episode we talk about Lightroom, and CS3, and there's a photography contest where the hosts and I critique the finalists, and it's just an awful lot of fun. Check it out right here (don't forget—you can subscribe to their show on iTunes).

    I am so psyched! USA Today ran a full-page feature article on me in the Technology section of today's paper, (complete with photos taken by USA Today photographer Dan MacMedan) during my LA Lightroom seminar, and anyway....I'm in USA Today!!!!! The photo you see above is on the cover of the Money section, and it leads you to the full page article on page 4B inside. If you don't get USA Today, and you're not staying in a hotel in St. Louis (like I am, where it was sitting right outside my door this morning when I woke up), you can read the article online by clicking this link. Did I mention how psyched I am? Well, it's pretty. Pretty psyched I mean. Look, this doesn't happen to me every day. Or ever. So, I'm psyched. In fact, I'm so psyched that I'm using…

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